1997 - PhD Vision Science, Aston University
1992 - BSc Optometry, City, University of London
Dr Suttle is an optometrist who was awarded a PhD for research on the development of color vision in infants, then continued working on this topic as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. For over 20 years she has held academic roles in optometry in Australia and the United Kingdom. During this period, she has taught optometry and vision science at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels and supervised several PhDs to successful completion. She is knowledgeable in optometry, ophthalmology, visual neuroscience, visual electrophysiology, visual psychophysics, medical and health education, evidence-based practice, and qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Dr Suttle has authored over 40 peer-reviewed research papers (14 as first author) in a range of optometry and ophthalmology journals including Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science and Vision Research, and other scientific journals such as PLOS ONE.
Editing and Reviewing Experience
Dr Suttle has extensive experience as a peer reviewer for a range of optometry, ophthalmology, and other scientific journals and spent several years as an associate editor for a peer-reviewed optometry journal. She also has experience of editing and providing feedback on PhD and MSc theses and dissertations. Dr Suttle joined Edanz Group as an editor in 2020.
In addition to peer-reviewed papers, Dr Suttle has co-authored two book chapters, one on pediatric eye care and another on clinical reasoning. She has also written blogs on scientific writing, the peer review process, and on evidence-based practice.